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OCAN’s Spotlight Feature: Maciba Hull – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

OCAN's Spotlight Feature: Maciba Hull
The Daily Herald (press release)
The Netherlands has more than 150,000 residents with roots in Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Saba. Thousands of these residents are successful in their own way. During 2018, Foundation Ocan, originating from the Consultative ...

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Man charged with killing wife at sea sought to inherit her estate, prosecutor says – Fox News


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Man charged with killing wife at sea sought to inherit her estate, prosecutor says
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Lewis Bennett, 41, was charged with second-degree murder on the high seas in the May 2017 disappearance of Isabella Hellmann, 41, of Delray Beach, Florida, in February. Bennett and his wife were on a delayed honeymoon to St. Maarten, Puerto Rico and ...
Wife Who Vanished at Sea Was Allegedly Killed by Husband on Honeymoon Because He Wanted Her Fla. HomePEOPLE.com
Sailor accused of murdering wife on holiday as part of scheme to inherit estateIrish Post
Stressed Australian smuggler 'killed his wife at sea'The Australian
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Curaçao with much more to offer in the last months of 2018

Curaçao team during Press Event in Aruba… WILLEMSTAD – A delegation of the Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) and tourism-industry partners recently met the Aruban press and travel agents to inform them about all that Curaçao will still be offering before we say goodbye to 2018, as well as what to expect for 2019. The Curaçao […]

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Venezuela hands China more oil presence, but no mention of new funds

CARACAS, BEIJING – Venezuela gave China another stake in the OPEC member’s oil industry and signed several other deals in the energy sector, but Beijing made no mention of new funds for Caracas during President Nicolas Maduro’s visit to his government’s key financier. Maduro’s leftist government sold a 9.9 percent stake in the low-cost Sinovensa joint […]

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NAf. 16.4 million projected cost for border control in 2018, 2019

PHILIPSBURG – Border control in St. Maarten for this year and next year is expected to cost a combined estimated total of NAf. 16.4 million. Justice Minister Cornelius de Weever provided this information to Members of Parliament (MPs) on Friday during the continuation of a meeting of the Central Committee of Parliament on border control […]

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11 disturbing developments related to climate change

Threats due to climate change have brought the situation to an unprecedented low point; sea level rise, sea ice melting and an increase in higher temperatures are just a few examples. It is a warning that was published in the report 2017 of the World Meteorological Organization. While an ever-declining group of ‘Climate Change Deniers’ […]

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